Railway traffic was enormous to the north last weekend owing to the Citrus Fair at Cloverdale.
The skating season closes Wednesday as Dreamland Rink will put the floor in condition for dances. While many locals have enjoyed skating this season, it has not been a profitable year for the Dreamland Rink Club.
We have a fine supply of prime Cuban bananas at 35 a dozen. Bananas contain all the food elements and are easily digested. For baking, one wants good, sound apples. Our Wagners, Spitzenbergs and Newton Pippins fill the bill, being very choice and select. $1 to $1.15 a box. Imported Royal Dutch and Van Houten’s cocoa as well as the superb Ghirardelli’s are all fit for royalty. There is nothing better and they are really economical beverages. Veale & Neil, Western Avenue and Kentucky Street.
The mountains east of town were covered with snow Friday and Saturday mornings, the fall occurring during the heavy hailstorm in this city. The snow extended far down into the foothills and below the snow belt and the scene from ttis city was beautiful beyond description.
Petaluma Parlor No. 37, Native Sons of the Golden West, who had planned to plant English walnuts at the old adobe east of this city Sunday were unable to make the trip owing to the rain. They will make the trip on next Sunday when more than 50 trees will be planted. The trees were kindly donated by W.L. Sales, the well known resident of Third Street.
Today, Feb. 24, marks the Spring Opening for Warner’s Rust-Proof Corsets, the authoritative corset styles for this spring and summer. The lines of Warner’s are the lines of fashion and over them your gowns will look their best. If you want a brassiere, there is a Warner Brassiere for a Warner Corset, a perfect combination giving a smooth, unbroken line from shoulder to hip. $1 to $8 at Raymond Bros.